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"I want to serve on the Monrovia City Council to give back to the community that has given so much to me, my wife Cristina and daughter Frances. Monrovia has been our home, place of work, worship and education. "



Providing public safety is the #1 job of government. We need to give local law enforcement and firefighters all the resources they need to perform the job. This is personal to me. In November of 2021 my home became the unintended victim of gun violence. Luckily, no one in my family was hurt. We need to feel safe and secure in our homes and in our city.


For over eight years I have been working to protect the character of the community through service as a Monrovia Historic Preservation Commissioner. I am an advocate for strong local control. If elected to the Monrovia City Council, I will continue to fight to protect our city's historic architectural character and charm while at the same time be open to new ideas to Improve Monrovia.


I have met with small business owners to help create a more business friendly Monrovia. Old Town is Monrovia's front yard. I will work to maintain and improve the Street Fair, improve pedestrian safety, parking and other activities. In addition, I am working to create a Route 66 Committee to ensure Monrovia's small businesses benefit economically from the Route 66 Centennial and that jobs are created in Monrovia.


I am for setting aside units in housing developments that are far more affordable than market
rental rates.

 Platform: A Council Member for ALL Monrovians

"I chose the campaign theme because I want to represent ALL Monrovians regardless of their individual ethnicity, background, or where in Monrovia they live. 

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